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Discussion in 'Engineering & Reverse Engineering' started by LocalH, Feb 25, 2005.

  1. LocalH


    roxoring your soxors Tech Member
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    That's literally just the first link off Google. Research flowcharting, it can immensely aid development, as you can see the general logic before actually coding, and it will make it much easier to break the whole thing down and code each routine.

    This won't help so much with hacking existing shit - this is applied to coding new stuff (whether adding code to an existing game, or making one from scratch).
  2. ComPro


    Just hangin' around. Member
    I hate flowcharting. It is so confusing. For planning a program, I generally like pseudocode. It's easier to handle and takes on a "programmy" feel to it just in the planning stages.

    I'm not saying that flowcharting is not the way to go; it's just a matter of personal preference. Either one is good and I have learned both, so don't rule out pseudocode as a consideration for planning a program.